How are mini PC processors different from regular PCs? Which users should opt for a mini PC? How can you keep a mini PC safe?
Sammy spoke to Lifewire about MiniPC’s and their usefulness in enterprise and personal spaces.
Mini PCs are small and portable versions of the larger towers you might be accustomed to. Their small form factor allows them to fit in more confined areas, like a small desk, a portion of a dorm room, or a collaborative office workspace. They’re portable enough to carry around with you and slip into a bag, though unlike a laptop you’ll need to provide a mouse, keyboard, and monitor. They’re also usually fairly restrictive when it comes to upgradeability compared to larger desktops.